Kathy A. Piatt

(Radcliff, KY, USA)

My Babies - Poem by Kathy A. Piatt

These two young people
I watched toddle about
I've watched them grow
And I've watched them fill out.
I kissed their "boo-boos"
I wiped away their tears.
I've watched them mature
Over the last few years.
They were my babies,
My joy and my pride.
I've watched both of them
Taking life with a stride.
I've watched them as they
Have learned right from wrong
And how they have learned
How to be brave and strong.
And although they are
Both grown-up now;
They'll always be
My little babies somehow.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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